About PGPN

In today’s day and age, the primary roles and responsibilities of healthcare professionals (HCPs) are being constantly reprioritized and modified.

Most often, apart from providing primary care and monitoring growth parameters, the pediatric primary care provider is also the first point of contact for dissemination of nutrition information and provision of nutritional counseling. Recent evidence has highlighted the importance of adequate nutrition in the early period of life in ensuring long-term health. Thus, HCPs are in a unique position to influence the nutritional well-being and overall health of a child, both in the short-term and long-term.

Therefore, it has become increasingly important for HCPs to remain constantly updated, expand their knowledge base and build their capabilities in the field of nutrition.

PGPN program has been developed to provide HCPs with an excellent learning experience in pediatric nutrition. The key focus of the program is to provide HCPs with practically relevant and up-to-date knowledge on pediatric nutrition that can be integrated in the clinical setting.